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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 21 December 1899

OURfJOLIDAY SUPPLEMENT. JjTTLELBEKTS ETTER- Y PAPA says at San ta Claus Is goin' to bring to me Another mamma, Christmas time. And papa says at she Is beautiful and good and kind And says she hopes at I WH1 like her awful much and learn To love her by and by. My papa's often seen her, and He says her eyes Is bhie. The same as mine is, and her cheeks Has 'dimples in them, too, And she ain't more an half as old's My other mamma was. And papa says I ought to thank Dear, kind old Santa Claus. But I ain't glad, and I don't want No other mamma here; I'd rather have him bring me back My own sweet mamma dear My nice, good mamma that is gone So far so far away I'll write to Santa Claus to bring Her back to me to stay. THE LETTER. Dear Santa Claus: My papa says You're goin' to bring to me Another mamma. Christmas time, At's as sweet as she can be; But I don't want no other one. Don't put Iirr in your pack But please, good Santa, won't you bring My own dear mamma back? She said, before ?kc won...

Publication Title: Central Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 21 December 1899

OURHOLIDAY SUPPLEMENT. fa- THE MEASURE OF SIELLASLOVE. HE rendered unto him all day The good saint's 3& due praise. gratitude. And with such tsM? -warmth I'm free 1P& to say It put me in a jealous mood. So when she came to say: "Good night" And whispered In my willing ear. On tip-toe in her gown of white. Softly: "I love you. papa dear," "You love me, but how much?" I said, And after just the slightest pause She answered, pulling down my head: "I love you more than Santy Claus!" The day had been a happy one. As ev'ry Christmas ought to be; There was no dearth of cheer nor fun Ar.d cv'ry hell pealed merrily. Those near and dear had said: "Good-will" In more or less substantial ways. And nothing in the guise of ill Had called for pity or dispraise. ISut Stella's bedtime hour by far The happiest was to me, because Twas then she found, my own bright star, She "loved me more than Santa Claus!" Edward W. Darnard, in Judge. Zk9 IsTewIear Resolutions ForMeK LSIE was sitting in her p...

Publication Title: Central Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 4 January 1900

r ww 1 < c I R < Jf 100 n i c I tt C n t f1rl t t 11 f < 8 TNTS MatterYEdg lflJ1CB R 40 LOUIS LANDRAMPT 4 1900 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR t I MONEY EN ersvi o I 1 6 Laura Burnside 250 17 Mrs J B Kemper Marks bury 250 I8 Ettie Gulley Lancaster 250 1 19 Janie Middleton Judson ioo 20 Thos L Nailor 100 4 21 Jennie BroaddusMcCreary ioo 22 James E Todd Lancaster ioo I 23 Mariah Harrisf ioo 1 24 Mrs G M Patterson 100 25 Miss Mag Patterson ioo j 26 J ptha Onstott Stone ioo 27 Miss Minnie Wearren Tea tersville 100 28 Mrs Mag Wilmont Gilberts Creek Ioo 29 MrsW B Mason Lancaster 50 I 30 Miss Georgia Petty Lan r caster 50 4 3 Joe Melton Sweeney 50 32 J LHoltzclaw Preachers lie 50 tin Lancaster 50 1 1 mittee I J I I AN i j II OOOS 1 I i COMPANY I i > < 1n i fy f Te C oeo W e eewoo oo eoae o wwoeooooooooaoa r LANCASTER AND VICINIty OOUOIDUUt eea > aeeeeeooooooe Meoooo o w Y For SaleA nice Jersy cow Apply at this office Uncle Josh Spruceby at Opera House next Thursday night Large line of ...

Publication Title: Central Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 4 January 1900

A p Z j CENTRAL RECORD EVERY WEEK BY IOUIS LJUiDRASf Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY = = ONE Y5AB IN ADVANCE 100 50I Tales 25 THURSDAY January 4 1900 = WITH hope millions stand on the closing day of the year with faces to wardthe future writes Mrs Hamil ton Mott in the January Ladies Home Journal What will the new year bring me each one asks himself 1w one knows And hqw well it is that we do not It requires sober thought to realize that what we are and what we do are along the lines of a wise cre ation It is often very easy for us to feel that we might change things for the better if the power and opportu nity were but ours But the most astute cleverness of man is a poor af fair when compared with the siippl est wisdom of God And onathHig that can make this new year befefeus hap pier is to have that on feeling that ne thought that ife faith always fcithus That iatever is is right id for thebest Frequently we can conjpfehend at the time why this IjlUici be so why that should happen b wh...

Publication Title: Central Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 11 January 1900

< f t J r r 1 1l i V 1 F T J t tnttntEz ttot TENTH YEAR Enttred at the Post Office in Lancaster lyas Second Class Matter j NllJIBER 41 r LOUIS re fDRAM P rlchTAAfrACTFR TtV LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTFNlnNTANTTARY JlNUARY 11 l1if1 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR l NEW QUARTEfl S QUARTEflwe At last we have moved into our Ne w Store Rooi on the East Side of tadj Public Square near the National Bank We will be glad to have j wo our customers and friends call and see us Trusts and combinations are forming for the purpose 1 of upholding higher pric esloss but the only combination J we bslieve in is the combi nation of quality quantity f Way Down Pri I I ces and Honest MethodsH all of which constitute the l foundation upon which our Y business is rapidly growing It is evident from our con s stantly increasing business I that the trade appreciate t OUR PRICES ca PRICESOUR t OUR GOODS AND f4 I OUR WAY OF DOING e ln BUSINESSr4 r4g gCl This fact has encouraged us to seek larger quarters that we might have...

Publication Title: Central Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 11 January 1900

p ri3 1 CENTRAL RBCOJRJD = EVERY WEEK BY IOTTIS LANDRA3T Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY = tERMS L OMI YJARIN AD1ANCBlOO lgg Six MONTHSII A50 THREE 25 = THURSDAY January n igoo = THE Kentucky Legislature is now in togfull full sway at Frankfort Nothing but politics has been brought up and the chances are that no business of bene fit to the people will be touched at all The taxpayers will simply have to foot the bills while the members consume the time in drawing salaries and woyo ing wires to benefit a lot of political crib feeders The people have lost all interest in the proceedings save those who have nothing else to do but sit on bigtheir their pants and read pollertix and if the expense of the luxury could be cut off working people would not care a continental if the gang stayed there and legislated itself into kingdom come or some other seaport Wi heard some one say Its a wise iset1C father that knows how to spell the givef name of his daughter The one making the remark had eviden...

Publication Title: Central Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 11 January 1900

t 1 t L We call especial attention to Frisbi s Almond Cream For Chaps Roughness of Skin Etc Ik Its a success Lxiiesi call and get a FresSample Bottle u JG G > ii We have a Fine Line of CIGARS 9 l Including FRISBIES SPECIAL a great favorite 5ClmPlete li eof A f Pure Drugs and Druggists Sundries gXF PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY Bll e a 9 > 1L 6 1 Frisbies Pharmacy = New Hotel Building CENTRAL RECORD l THURSDAY January n 1900 I oaaooaoaooooooaooooooooooaoooa oaaooaoaooooooaooooooooooaoooaR A50UT PEOPfcE I L II j I ocoooooa oaoooaoooooooooaodaao Joe E Robinson was in Frankfort a few days ago Miss Dixie Kemper has entered the Georgetown College I J Joseph was in Cincinnati this week on a business trip Miss Maggie Tomlinson lett today to visit relatives in Lexington l Dr Bosworth of Knoxville Tenn has been here for a few days Miss Allie Anderson has been spend J 11 ring a few days in Lexington R Kinnaird made a business trip to Brodhead and Stanford Tuesday I Lena Bright Doty visited h...

Publication Title: Central Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 11 January 1900

r w 5 1 t I p I TWO LIVES I Upon thet strengthand t1 condition of an 1eJtpectant expectant moth i er depend not j only her own i life but the life and perfection of her child S t1eI I MciCERS FRIEND will overcome all ills peculiar to the period preceding childbirth and rill pre Ipare the delicate organism directly in volved for the final ordeal Mothers Friend is not an internal cureall but a I scientific liniment approved by medical I authority and established by years of successful use I Sold by druggists for i Valuable book Before is fres I bookj Baby Born sect no application I THE BRAOFSELD REGULATOR CO Atlanta GaI I Many people in Denmark prefer horseflesh to beef Allerton will conic to Lexington for the stud season of 31100 w R Burton sold to S T Harbison two nice harness horses for 20 I The Lexington Stock Farm says stallion stud fees are advancing Mr M II Cecil Ilarrodsburjr Ky has sold 14 head 2yearold mules at 75 per head The departure of negroes in large numbers for Missis...

Publication Title: Central Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 18 January 1900

l 1 Sr > J tnttuit T1IYTH YEAREn Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster K as Sccond Class Malr 4 LOUIS LANDRA Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTENOON JANUARY ISj1 ut10 rN w QUARTER S Atlast we have moved into our N w St or fljj LII on the East Side of the Public Square near the National Bankfore will be glad to have our customers atsuit friends call and see us a Trusts and combinations are forming for the purpose of upholding higher prices but the only combination we believe in is the combi I nation of quality quantity 1 amWay C cas and Honest 1I 11elI10118 I all of which constitute the foundation upon which our I business is rapidly growing It is evident from our con 1 stantly increasing business a that the trade appreciate OUR PRICES c < OUR GOODS AND i OUR WAY OF DOING f ft BUSINESS c f This fact has encouraged us to seek larger quarters that we might have room t0r 1 display our large sto c a rdun accomodate our increasing fs = > is chatrade c tradeWe at We are very gr...

Publication Title: Central Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 18 January 1900

1 CENTRAL RECOKD = EVERY WEEK BY JOVJS ZAXDXtAH Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY TERMS ONE YEAR IN DVNCBlOO SIX MONTHS JBO THREE 25 THURSDAY January IS 1900 = THE contest for the governorship came up at Frankfort this week and rede is now going on at a slow pace There erbe is no telling what the outcome will be Speaking of the cost of the matter ExGov Bradley said This contest will involve a vast amount of labor and will be very expensive to the State tedes A county contest is a big thing a dis trict contest is an enormous thing ngour but a State contest is a tremendious thing We have been allotted five days in which to examine witnesses We can not do it in that time and un less it is decided to chop off and make a decision without hearing testimony we will be at it for days mid days As to the expense there is hardly a way of estimating it accurately at this time There is the cost of issuing the thetlTe subpoenas and the summoning of the witnesses the mileage of witnesses to and from Fr...

Publication Title: Central Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 18 January 1900

g ir A T c r S We call especial attention to > x Frisbies Almond Cream For Chaps Roughness of Skin Etc 1 Its a success Ladies call and get a Free Sample Bottle e G v We have a 2 Fine Line of CIGARS Including FRISBIES SPECIAL a great favorite = = = = = Ti = rw = = 1t I Complete line of Pure Drugs and Druggists Sundries PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY Ba u1II ra a rQ 11 6 I Frisbies Pharmacy a New Hotel Building CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY January iS igoo a49Poooooo0o004ooQo000oooo040 ° 0 a49Poooooo0o004ooQo000oooo040R R OUT 1 EO1LE L coooi > oo oooa oooooocooooaooootooo LIlorace Horace Herndon spent several days 1 this week at Bagdad Arkansas Mr Banks Hudson and wife have taken rooms at the Garrard Hotel Mrs S D Eothwell of Dripping Springs is with Lancaster relatives Mr Dol Malian and wife of Dan vine were Mrs G S Gaines guests Sunday Mr T tV Conn of Avoka Ky is Ihere visiting relatives and buying a J car loadof mules k J B Jennings now a full fledged drummer spent part of the week with...

Publication Title: Central Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 18 January 1900

i T T 7 How Women May Cleep Yeung The real secret of youthful features In women is regular menstruation If there is an irregularity of any nature if the menses be suppressed or too scanty too profuse cr painful the trouble will show in the face The eyes will be encircled with black the skin sallow blotches and pimples will appear and the sufferer although young in years will appear old in looks The un failing remedy is r BRACFIELDS PESTLE HEGULRYOS It cures all ills of the womanly or gans Falling of the Womb Leucor rhoea or Whites and Bearingdown Pains Cures Backache Headache and Nervousness all of which are due to weakness in the same organs Large bottles are sod by Druggists for SI THE SRADPIELD REGULATOR CO Mlanta Ca A concern in Iowa is making farm wagons wholly of steel Jay Bird will stand this year in Bourbon and Allerton will be in the stud at Lexington Some of our friends inform us that wheat looks fairly well but others are disheartened over the unfavorable prospect Texas m...

Publication Title: Central Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 25 January 1900

J hitnVtut h ih f 7 NrH VEAR Entered at the Pot OJ1lce in Lancaster KY aI Second Ctau Matter MatterNUMBErI3 LOUIS LANDR r PLjblisher LANCASTER IY THURSDAY AFTENOON JANUARY 25 1900 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR life are now Rs ceiv lug our New EM RHO I DEfilES The counter where these exquisite embroideries are shown should prove an at tractive one to the women 4 who like dainty trimmings and moderate prices When these beautiful goods are seen the impossibility o f finding any more artistic cr of better quality will be ap parent All of the designs are NEW this season and all are very pretty Each has its own charm and whatever the price great value We are also receiving our spring line of CARPETS MATTINGS I and RUGS r The patterns are exquisite 1 and prices reasonable Weare showing some i handsome styles in Spring Percales and Ginghams t We have some very desir able patterns in dark shade 1 percales we are selling at 1 5 734 and 8tfc 1 Ladies and Misses Jackets Blankets and Comforts at atd much le...

Publication Title: Central Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 25 January 1900

r i < CENTRAL RECORD EVERY WEEK BY LOUIS LANDRAlf Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY TEEMS j ONB YBAB IN ADVANCBl00 jONB MONTHS 50 THREE 25 THURSDAY January 25 1900 A CERTAIN Lancaster genius has completed an invention that will not only make him rich but his praises will be sung henceforth and forever by the old soaks whose throats have be f come tender Only those who have been there can appreciate the many advantages to be derived from its use It is a dumdum capsule It is like the ordinary capsule only it has two distinct compartments separated from each other by means of a watertight gelatine film The nose or forward part of the vehicle is soft and is charged with a small quantity of whisky 5o ky while the remaining chamber is to be packed with sugar or other ingredi ents to be swallowed The soft part of the capsule is disrupted and dissolved in the act of deglutition thus liberat ing the liquor at the proper instant and greatly facilitating the process of getting nauseous substance...

Publication Title: Central Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 25 January 1900

rF r I l We call especial attention to y Frisbies Almond Cream For Chaps Roughness of Skin Etc Its a success T allies call and get a Era 3 Sample Bottle t r G We have a N Fine Line of CIGARS V SPECIALCIGARS Including FRISBIES SPECIAL a great favorite G 9 ii C9 > I tii n w Complete line of Pure Drugs and Druggists Sundries I IrE PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY sa aJ3 4f > O 6T Frisbie3s Pharmacy = cNew Hotel Building a CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY January 25 1900 oaaoaaooooaaoayooooo oc aoooo ot + o0 o0rM3ooT o450orooavSorcOt4GSacosao6LJ644ooOOS Q Mr Alex Beazley of Crab Orchard was in town Tuesday William Rufus Marrs of Knoxville was in town this weelc Miss Sallie B Ray of Buckeye is visiting Miss Pearl Boss Miss Eugene Bush is in Stanford the guest of Miss Tevis Carpenter Miss Annie B Yoodsof Stanfordis is the guest of Misses Burnside Mrs John Greenleaf of Richmond has been visiting relatives here Mrs M L Beddow is visiting her granddaughter Mrs Ophelia Dunn Mr J T Mock of Boyle county ...

Publication Title: Central Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 25 January 1900

t Y t I t i C Be Prepared The bearing of children is not such a very se rious ordeal to the woman who < is prepared If Effothsis Friend h that wonderful ijjL ly soothing and wi relaxing lini J ment be faith > fully used dur ing the period of pregnancy there will be little morning sickness 01 nervousness the critical hour will be re lieved of much pain and labor will be brief Recuperation will be rapid and all afterdangers will be avoided Sold by druggists for SI a bottle SEND FOR OUR FREB BOOK ON TUB SUBJECT THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO Atlanta Ga For Sale Forty or Fifty good stock heifers Also some good stock steers and a lot of butcher stuff G A Svincbroai Lancaster Ky Jas Roberts sold some nice stock heifers at 3J to 4c G A Swinebroad sold a lot of heir ers to different parties at 3i to 3ic Jas Worner sold to Adams Co of Jessamine 13 585 lb steers at S20 per head There were about 300 cattle at the Llicr pens court day 225 sold at following prices Heifers 3 to 3ic butcher stuf...

Publication Title: Central Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 1 February 1900

T I I a t 1 a 1t r r k J C iu KgU enttn r I toth 1 7 ENTH YEAR Entered at the fast Office in Lancaster IT as Second Clot Matter Matter11jr MBER 41 LOUIS LA11 LANGTDRA ASTER KY THURSDAY AFTENOON FEBRUARY Iy1900 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR We are now Receiving I ing our Hew EMBROIDERIES LMBROIDERIESThe The counter where these exquisite embroideries are shown should prove an at tractive one to the women who like dainty S I and moderate prices When these beautiful goods are seen the impossibility 0 f I finding anymore artistic or 1 of better quality will be apI parent All of the designs are NEW this season and J all are very pretty Each has its own charm and whatever the price great value valueWe r CbWe spring line of CARPETS CARPETSMATTINGS I MTTINGSJ c and RUGS 1 The patterns are exquisite and prices reasonable s Weare showing some as handsome styles in Spring d Percales and Ginghamsn We have some very deslrfj able patterns in dark shade so percales we are selling at 5 734 and 81c Ladies and Mi...

Publication Title: Central Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The central record. — 1 February 1900

r I v i i SHOES and SOCKS lI On going over our s bock we find we have TOO MANY HEAVY BOOTS and SHOES ATe need i room for New Spring Stock and offer them < 1 > > 25 t ci 5 0 per cent Below Regular Prices I Have just opened a ease of Socks Bright New a Fancy Patterns Regular 25ets quality now 15cts I BargaInS In All Departments Eii ° i AZT7ITTI KEN TOCE2 t A CENTRAL RECORD EVERY WEEK ET LOUIS LANDRAK Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY TEEM8 ORB YBAB IN ADVANCIIOO IOKI MONTHS 50 THREE 35 THURSDAY February i 1900 Tuesday morning shortly after 11 oclock as Senator Goebel was going through the State House yard at Frankfort he was fired upon by an unknown party supposed to have been concealed in the statahouse Oije of the balls struck the Senator in the right side onethird of the distance down from the armpit to the hip He reeled and fell Warden Eph Lillard and Col Jack Chinn who were with Mr Goebel raised his head and did what they could for him He was carried to the Capital Hotel wher...

Publication Title: Central Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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